Oakland Museum of California

1000 Oak Street, Oakland

Cahill performed renovations on the Oakland Museum of California in three phases while the museum remained operational.

Phase 1:

Improvements including the renovation of the Art & History galleries, expansion of the art gallery, ADA access upgrades, new metal canopies with skylights over existing walkways, life safety upgrades, replacement of the emergency generator, and expansion and enhancement of the mechanical system.  This phase of the project achieved LEED Gold.

Phase 1.5:

Remodel/renovation of Great Hall, theater, dining area, offices, restrooms, kitchen, and servery. The project also built new ticket booths, docent offices, museum store, ADA ramp entry, security gates and garage bike storage. The fire alarm system throughout the facility was upgraded, and miscellaneous waterproofing repairs were performed.  This phase aimed for the LEED Commercial Interiors accreditation.

Phase 2:

Interior renovations of the Natural Science Gallery, corridors, new staff facilities, security gates and conference spaces.  This portion of the project was aiming for LEED Gold accreditation. 

SF Business Times Real Estate, Deals of 2010, Community Impact, Outside SF
Green Building: 

"Late in the design phase we brought Cahill on board to help us with constructability and value engineering and it has been an excellent experience for our renovation team and construction management personnel. ...The work was conducted by a very professional and experienced team who applied their expertise throughout to ensure that surprises (as one expects in renovating a 40 year old building with poor documentation) were dealt with effectively and in a most cost effective manner.

Lance A. Gyorfi, Chair, Board of Trustees - Oakland Museum of CA Foundation

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